A brilliant new brand is looking for support! The clothing company I Am Not A Virgin creates clothes using old brown beer bottles, recycled food trays, clear water bottles and virgin cotton to produce jeans and t-shirts. The bottles and trays are broken down into a fine particles, melted, and extruded into fiber. Using a mix of 25 percent bottle fiber and 75 percent cotton, the resulting material is soft to the hand, yet is durable and performs as denim should. It doesn't say but I guess the jeans will not smell of beer. Before you take them to the pub that is.
A couple of recycle facts from their website:
The company needs support to get the production started in a way that benefits all. You can back up one (or more) of the projects but only if they have raised enough to start producing, you will pay and receive the -by you- back uped item! So you can't really loose! As we say in Holland (although it may be made up by myself to justify any unnecessary purchases): "You would be a thief of your own wallet" not to participate!
By the way the name I Am Not A Virgin comes from the fact that the material used to create the jeans is non-virgin, recycled material. So there will be no physical assessment conducted before you can buy one, in case you were wondering... (And don't believe any salesmen who claims otherwise!)